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Commonly prescribed antibiotics such as clarithromycin and erythromycin (and all other members of the class of the macrolides) are associated with increased risk of major birth defects for example heart disease, if taken in the first three months of pregnancy.This was revealed in a study of Ruth Gilbert, University College London, published in the British Medical Journal.

Already in the past, other studies have raised the suspicion that the macrolides were potentially dangerous in pregnancy. In this work, have been involved well 104.605 children born in Great Britain between 1990 and 2016 from women to whom they were prescribed or penicillin or one of the macrolides for a bacterial infection in pregnancy. The researchers considered all of the congenital defects of the baby, and developmental disorders occurring in the years to come.
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